‘Burrard Landing Club 16’

'Burrard Landing Club 16'

‘Burrard Landing Club 16’-2017, 40″x 40″

“If you don’t know which way is up, at least avoid the drains!”

An urban globe on white…

Dye Sublimation printed on White Aluminum Panel.

‘Vancouver Punk World’

40"x40"

‘Vancouver Punk World‘-2016, 40″ x 40″

Although Vancouver is not a global power centre; it is one of the worlds’ most beautiful cities. Since I don’t do ‘Postcards’; I had to think of a way to express the excitement and dynamism of the city. Punk is passé, but you can still find Punks here and there. I guess this is my tribute, to the energy and creativity of this quickly fading musical and social phenomenon…

In spite of the passing of time and fashion; some people will be Punks their whole life long… anyways.

This one’s for them!

‘Car Motion’

Edition of 3-------26.6"x40" Edition of 15-------10"x15"

Edition of 3……..26.6″ x 40″
Edition of 15…………10″ x 15″


‘Car Motion’ is a work from my 2005 Motion Studies Series.
These pieces are all about, downtown city core energy and light…

‘New Metal World’

Print #1/3........39.25" x 85.3" ..........available Print #1/5........20" x 43.5" ...........available Print #4/15........7.8" x 17" ...........available

Print #1/3……..39.25″ x 85.3″ ……….available
Print #1/5……..20″ x 43.5″ ………..available
Print #4/15……..7.8″ x 17″ ………..available


‘New Metal World’ is my first creation of 2015. I’m not sure what to make of it… It’s metal and it is a little DARK. It just seemed appropriate for 2015.
A sterile armored world or a metal cocoon?
I’m not sure what we need… but this is probably not it!

‘Organo Mecano’

Print #2/5…………16.3″x20″…….available Print #4/15……….11″x13.5″….…..available

Print #2/5…………16.3″x20″…….available
Print #4/15……….11″x13.5″….…..available


‘ORGANO MECANO’ was inspired by Granville Island, here in Vancouver. Is it a photograph? Yes, it’s glass, metal, organic growth and computer work…

Coal Harbour

Coal Harbour, Vancouver

24″x48″

‘Coal Harbour’ on Vancouver’s False Creek is a beautiful place to live, although in its early days it was just as its name implies… an industrial zone. Today its waters are clear and clean and it’s an upscale trendy place to live. Since I’m bored with taking “straight photos” I decided to put a black star in its center to acknowledge its past.

Coal Harbour Winter 2007

It feels like winter here in Vancouver today.
10° C with some H2O.
Here’s a winter shot I did in 2007. It feels like this today.
Edition info @ http://www.christhomas.com/WorkGallery.html?igm=1_2

Coal Harbour Winter 2007

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